By mid-2016, QBP will be moving its Q-West operations from Ogden, Utah to the Denver area. With this change and the opening of their new Reno location, QBP is making significant service improvements for many their customers by reducing ground service transit times.
“With the December 9th opening of our Reno location, we’re now able to get to all of the major metro West Coast locations in one day,” says Kim Brown, QBP Director of Distribution. “And by moving operations from Ogden to the Denver area, QBP will be able to reach the entire state of Colorado in one day.” She continues, “The Denver area will also help us to provide greater service to our Texas customers by decreasing our shipping time to them from three days to two. The footprint of all of our distribution centers now puts us in a better position to deliver one and two-day coverage to a larger percentage of our customers than ever.”
Operations from the Ogden location will be moving to the Denver area in or around April/May of 2016.
QBP has had a significant impact on the community of Ogden. In five short years, its bike community has undergone an amazing transformation. QBP is proud of their involvement in those changes and would like to thank Ogden for its partnership in growing cycling in the region.
QBP has also opened a distribution center in Reno, Nevada. Q-Reno is not only excited to support Western U.S. bike shops, it’s looking forward to making an impact on communities in the Reno area and beyond. Through its Advocacy, Community, and Environment (ACE) program, QBP will support several initiatives to help boost Nevada’s cycling development.
“We’ll be working with the Nevada High School Cycling League, the Reno Bicycle Project, and the Bijou Bike Park by offering financial support to these great organizations so they can continue their work getting more people riding in the area,” says QBP’s ACE Director Seth Nesselhuf. “Additionally, we’ll be helping the Tahoe Area Mountain Bike Association with a number of mountain bike trail projects and organizational capacity building.”
For more information on QBP, visit qbp.com